Does this city, whose stone and soil is of great value, feel our absence in this life? Why are we so often cast in the role of criminals, why are we so frequently in shackles? inquired the man. I shall not engage in this discourse of true rap, but one of the few people who can make the voice of the street heard is this brother himself.
All individuals tend to become captivated after listening to Bury's music.
I am attentively listening to the song that has captivated me. The lyrics of the song are more realistic than those of 50 Cent, and his protest attitude towards Bonzai demonstrated his jovial nature rather than an addiction. This song is now on my playlist, and it has put me in a good mood.
The renowned rapper, who proclaimed in one of his videos that he abstained from drugs, theft, and any other addictions other than cigarettes and cola, is undoubtedly a product of his environment. He has somehow managed to remain unscathed in such a milieu, thus allowing his mind to remain in a functional state. His lyrics are not indicative of someone who has indulged in illicit substances. I encountered him for the first time this evening while perusing the dictionary, and I was so captivated by his videos that YouTube began to suggest them in the recommended section. It is clear that this individual is exceptionally talented.
He left a lasting impression on the Turkish rap scene with his work entitled "Gene Mi Uncles".
I collected my son from school and we are now heading home. At the edge of the school, a service car was playing Pelinsu Eceler at night, with children reciting the words. I noticed that my companion knew the words by heart. The event had concluded, and it was my first time listening to the music. I am unaware of what genre it is, however it had the same effect as the Arabesque music of the 1980s. A remarkable element.
The guy who mocks this dude's songs but listens to gangsta rap is shady. That's some real Turkish gangsta rap.